By Christina Milian Alcoholism is soaring in the United States, the worst part being the fact that more than 80,000 people are losing their lives to alcohol every year. Supporting someone with alcohol problem is possible. You can do your bit to reduce the deadly stigma by following the useful tips. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
What Are the Symptoms of Alcoholic Addiction?
By Christopher Oj Calhoon Alcoholic addiction is defined as the psychological or physiological condition in which one has a strong dependence on alcohol. Addiction to alcohol can be caused by a number of things. One can develop addiction because of a genetic predisposition, stress, depression, social environment and emotional health. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
Alcohol Addiction Treatment and Social Life
By Ronnie Baston Alcohol addiction treatment helps thousands of alcoholics make lasting recoveries every year. Rehab clinics across the United States employ proven methods based on recent discoveries in neuroscience and psychology in their alcohol addiction treatment programs. However, long-term sobriety takes hard work and sacrifice from addicts. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
New Methods Offer Real Hope For Curing Alcohol Addiction
By E Tirbutt Perhaps a pivotal moment in history has been reached in the search for a cure to alcohol and drug addiction. Traditional approaches to recovery revolve involve the AA model and even the most expensive rehab clinics in the world will recommend cognitive therapies, counselling and attendance at AA as their aftercare treatment. Whilst this works for some, a new drug (Baclofen) is providing hope for dealing with the problem at its route i.e. by treating the underlying biochemical cause of most addiction. Now is the time for action in setting up urgent clinical trials whereby the correct dose can be established for individuals to help them, alongside other therapies where necessary. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
Role of Nutritional Therapy in Recovery From Alcohol Addiction
By Barbara Odozi Overcoming an alcohol addiction is challenging. At times, even after taking professional care, people tend to relapse due to factors like severity of their addiction, biochemical imbalances and genetic factors that act as an impediment to the recovery. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
Alcohol Addiction: Creating an Intervention to Help Those in Need
By Sam Slaton Alcohol addiction affects many families and knowing when and how to get the help needed is certainly a positive first step. One of the major problems with alcohol addiction is recognizing when one's consumption of alcohol has gone beyond the... [READ FULL ARTICLE]
What Are the Basics to a Recovery From an Alcohol Addiction?
By Tom E. Jarvis Some historians believe that alcohol is the oldest mind altering substance used by man. Its use is prevalent in human history. In the United States, we have 18 million alcoholics. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
Group Therapies for Alcohol Addiction Treatment
By Rikkie Thampsom Alcohol addiction treatment helps thousands of people across the United States achieve lasting sobriety every year. Although many people still view alcoholism as an issue of willpower, clinical alcohol addiction treatment is necessary for long-term recovery. It is a neurological disease which requires holistic medical treatments and long-term care. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
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